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Modal Pushover-Based Scaling of Two Components of Ground Motion Records for Nonlinear RHA of Buildings

@inproceedings{Reyes2010ModalPS,
  title={Modal Pushover-Based Scaling of Two Components of Ground Motion Records for Nonlinear RHA of Buildings},
  author={Juan Carlos Reyes},
  year={2010}
}
The accuracy and efficiency of the modal-pushover-basedscaling (MPS) procedure is evaluated here by applying it to an existing 9-story building, symmetric in plan. The computer model developed for the building is validated against motions of the building recorded during the 2008 Chino-Hills earthquake. It is demonstrated that nonlinear response history analysis (RHA) of the building for a small set of records scaled by the MPS procedure provided a highly accurate estimate of the engineering… 

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